2013 NH3 Fuel Conference: CO2-free fuel exists NOW!

2013 NH3 Fuel Conference

The Tenth Annual NH3 Fuel Conference

September 22 – 25, 2013 • Sacramento, CA

Sacramento, California  http://nh3fuelassociation.org/events-/#agenda

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Technical Agenda

Subject to last minute alterations.


Remembering a Special Friend of NH3 Fuel — Guy Toyama
John Holbrook, Executive Director, NH3 Fuel Association

KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Ammonia Fuel — It Works, Now What
Steve Wittrig, Clean Air Task Force

NH3 Fuel — Gaining Momentum
Norm Olson, Chair, NH3 Fuel Association

Business and Technology Roadmapping for NH3 Fuel
Stephen Crolius, Alliance Consulting Group

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A Green Ammonia Economy
Yoshitsugu Kojima, Institute for Advanced Materials Research, Hiroshima University

Characteristics of a Spark Ignition Engine Using Direct Ammonia Injection
George E. Zacharakis-Jutz and Song-Charng Kong, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Iowa State University

Anhydrous Ammonia: a Battery for Stranded and Excess Energy Sources
Hans Vrijenhoef, Proton Ventures

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— Lunch: 12 noon to 2 pm —

Production of Ammonia and Nitrogen Fertilizers based on Biomass — Research Efforts in Sweden
Serina Ahlgren, Department of Energy and Technology, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences

Ammonia Production Using Wind Energy: An Early Calculation of Life Cycle Carbon Emissions and Fossil Energy Consumption
Joel Tallaksen and Michael Reese, University of Minnesota, West Central Research and Outreach Center

— Break —

A Hazard Assessment of Ammonia as a Fuel: Understanding the Hazards and Managing the Risks / Threats of Ammonia as a Fuel
Gary Smith, President, Ammonia Safety and Training Institute (ASTI), Tony Garcia, Hill Brothers Chemical Corp., and John Mott, General Manager of Gordon Brothers

Making and Treating NOx formed in NH3 Engines
Patrick Desrochers, Missouri University of Science and Technology

Mixed Protonic and Electronic Conductors for Solid State Ammonia Synthesis and Direct Ammonia Fuel Cells
J. Ganley, T. Olszanski, and N. Sullivan, Colorado School of Mines

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Ammonia as a Motor Vehicle Engine Fuel from a Weights and Measures Perspective
Allan Morrison, California Department of Food and Agriculture, Division of Measurement Standards, Fuels and Lubricant Laboratory Services

NH3 as a Potential Alternative Fuel for California
James Aguila and Mike Waugh, California Air Resources Board

Electrochemical Synthesis of Ammonia For Energy Storage
James Boncella and Fernando Garzon, Los Alamos National Laboratory

— Break —

Ammonia as an Energy Carrier for Renewable Energy
Ken-ichi Aika, Research Office of Energy Carrier, Department of Green Innovation, Japan Science and Technology Agency

NH3 Fuel R&D in Turkey
Arif Karabeyoglu, Space Propulsion Group

Electrochemical Ammonia Synthesis from Water and Nitrogen using Solid State Ion Conductors
Chung-Yul Yoo, Jong Hoon Joo, Si Young Jang, Ji Haeng Yu, Energy Materials and Convergence Research Department, Korea Institute of Energy Research (KIER) / Ha-Na Jeong, Chan Hee Hyeong, Hyung Chul Yoon, Jong-Nam Kim, Clean Fuel Department, KIER

A Hybrid Vehicle Powered by Hydrogen and Ammonia
Giuseppe Pozzana, Neri Bonfanti, Pont-Tech / Roberto Gentili, Stefano Frigo, University of Pisa / Nicolò Doveri, EDI – Progetti & Sviluppo / Paolo Dario, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna / Virgilio Mattoli, Center for Micro-BioRobotics, IIT / Marina Ragnoli, Acta Energy

— Lunch: 12 noon to 1:30 pm —

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Trevor Brown, Independent Consultant

Recap of NH3FA Strategic Planning Session
Norm Olson, NH3 Fuel Association

NH3 Fuel Progress at Hydrogen Engine Center
Ted Hollinger, Hydrogen Engine Center

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Using Local Green Energy and Ammonia to Power Gas Turbine Generators
Brian Evans, Space Propulsion Group

Clean Cities Overview / City of Sacramento Green Fleet Update
Keith Leech, Sacramento Clean Cities

Where do we go from here?
John Holbrook, NH3 Fuel Association


The Wednesday morning tour will be from 8.30 am to 11.30 (meet in lobby for round-trip transportation). We’ll be making two stops in the Sacramento area.
LNG Fueling Station: City of Sacramento Meadowview City Service Complex,



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